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will not tolerate this rein of terror that has robbed us of the peace of mind that residents of southern california deserve. we will not tolerate this murder remaining at large. >> the reward is the largest ever offered in a southern california criminal investigation. the money was raised from private donations and contributions from south land businesses. today's announcement comes 4 days after the man hunt began. it stretches as far east as nevada. casey continues our coverage. >> the surveillance video from the alley near san diego is time stamped 9:08 monday morning. 12 hours after the daughter of a retired police officer and her fiance were reported killed 90 miles away. it shows christopher downer's trump and a man that appears to be downer throwing items until item in the truck. >> he came back with what looked like a magazine full of bullets and a helmet and he brought it to me and said, where did you find it. i said i find it in the back of a dumpster. >> reporting what he found was as simple as walking across the street. >> it was right across the street. >> said police told him the items
will be -- loren baker on the left and elizabeth butler on the right. ktvu's robert handa told us what he learned about the officers. first to ktvu's alex savage with new details and telling words about the suspect from his own father. >> reporter: well, even the father calls his son a ticking time bomb and today the sheriff said the two police officers -- police officers who were killed were unknown how dangerous jeremy goulet could be when they went to his house here yesterday, part of an investigation into a sexual assault allegation brought by one of his co-workers. the two police officers never even made it inside jeremy goulet's house. today the sheriff said the 35- year-old ex gone gunned them down and stole their weapons. >> it is our belief two of the three weapons he possessed belongs to the police department but we haven't confirmed that. >> reporter: after killing the officers jeremy goulet stole one of their police cars. but he returned to his neighborhood and that is where he was killed with a shoot out with police. the sheriff said investigators are learning more about just how tro
. david stevenson is here and tells us which cities are doing the hiring >> reporter: take a look behind me you can see some san francisco police recruits finishing off a day of class and drills. the competition for new police recruits isn't just in classrooms it's also between bay area badges today for 56 san francisco police officers. it means more room for new recruits for a department that's understaffed. >> we have a six year hiring plan we'll be hiring approximately 180 officers a year for the next 6 years. will get us you to full staffing. >> reporter: san francisco and other bay police and police departments are looking to recruit. >> we've gone from 2008 with 837 officers currently today we have 612 officers. > >> reporter: they set to graduate 41 new officers after recession era cutbacks. >> we don't think you can ignore the fact when you have reduction in staff you're going to see crime rise. >> reporter: san jose's police department is fighting recent layoffs and attrition to get back to a fully staffed force. >> we need every warm body that we can, but that's only a
. ktvu's allie rasmus joins us now and tells us the event netted a large return of weapons. >> reporter: the grand total was more than 350 weapons recovered today. the police departments of palo alto, east palo alto and menlo park organized this gun buyback and the event was supposed to go on for four hours. but so many people showed up, the money ran out after just 2 hours and 40 minutes. the event was so popular, it created a traffic jam on  university avenue in east palo alto. as early as 10:00 a.m., people lined up to turn in their firearms. >> i don't use guns anyway. just trying to do a good deed. >> reporter: throughout the afternoon, officers hauled away arm loads of rifles. someone even inurned a grenade in a plastic bag. but there were no questions asked. gun owners got $100 in cash for every handgun, $200 for rifles, and $300 for each assault weapon. >> gun control advocates want to give me $100 for something that's collecting dust, that's fine with me. >> reporter: a nonprofit group provided the funds. >> protect your children, inc. has been extremely generous, giving us $
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